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Money going into new upstream oil and gas projects — mostly exploration and drilling — rose four percent in 2018, while investment in new renewable power of all kinds dipped by about two percentMoney going into new upstream oil and gas projects — mostly exploration and drilling — rose four percent in 2018, while investment in new renewable power of all kinds dipped by about two percent (AFP Photo/Martin BERNETTI)

Paris (AFP) – The world must double spending on renewable power and slash investment in oil and coal by 2030 to keep the Paris climate treaty temperature targets in play, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said Tuesday.

For that to happen, however, trend lines on both fronts moved in the wrong direction last

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